Author: Jan Scholten
English: Cypress family.
Including: Cupressaceae, Taxodiaceae.
Cupressaceae is a member of the Order Pinales in the Apg3 classification.
In the Plant theory Cupressaceae is split off from Pinales. Pinales is split into 3 Orders: Pinales, Cupressales and Taxales.
- Cunninghamhioideae: Cunninghamia.
- Taiwanioideae: Taiwania.
- Athrotaxidoideae: Athrotaxis, Tasmanian Cedar.
- Sequoioideae: Sequoia, Coast Redwood; Sequoiadendron, Giant Sequoia; Metasequoia, Dawn Redwood.
- Taxodioideae: Taxodium, Bald Cypress; Glyptostrobus, Chinese Swamp Cypress; Cryptomeria, Sugi.
- Callitroideae: Callitris, Cypress-pine; Actinostrobus, Cypress-pine; Neocallitropsis; Widdringtonia; Diselma; Fitzroya, Alerce; Austrocedrus; Libocedrus; Pilgerodendron; Papuacedrus.
- Cupressoideae: Thuja, Arborvitae; Thujopsis, Hiba; Chamaecyparis, Cypress; Fokienia, Fujian Cypress; Calocedrus, Incense-cedar; Tetraclinis; Microbiota; Platycladus, Chinese Arborvitae; Callitropsis, Cypress; Cupressus, Cypress; Juniperus, Juniper.
They have an expansive quality which is limited by their rigid opinions. They want to live a more enthusiastic life but feel that that would lead to breaking their moral code. This can cause conflicts between their personal life and their culture. They can be like a vicar preaching the best morals and religious ideas but on the other hand feeling limited by all the taboos and having to break out of them.
They feel limited in belief systems, wanting to break out of them.
Sexual power as an expression of his personality; adulterous.
Sensation: fragile, brittle, rigid, stiff, as of glass.
Skin: warts, polyps.